Lindsay Slagboom was born and raised in Grand Rapids, from an early age she was taught the importance of investing in the community and in others. Lindsay was an accomplished athlete, both in high school and at Hope College, where she double majored in Business and Political Science. Before working as a Realtor with Greenridge Realty, Lindsay was a tennis pro and tournament director at East Hills, and then helped create and grow the tennis program at MVP. Always active in the West Michigan community, Lindsay has volunteered with multiple organizations including Wedgwood Christian Services, St. Mary’s Foundation, Grand Rapids Christian Schools, and Frederick Meijer Gardens. Lindsay currently serves on the J-Board at the Van Andel Institute, Board of Trustees for the Grand Rapids Public Museum, is Chair of the Donor Development Committee for the Grand Rapids Public Museum, and on the committee for the Great Gardens Party at Frederick Meijer Gardens.
Lindsay joined the Andrew Grashuis Collection at Greenridge Realty in 2013 as a way to use her education, people skills, and desire to help others—all while working alongside some- one with a reputation for integrity, knowledge, and results. A career in real estate allows her the flexibility she needs in order to raise her family, have more financial freedom, and allows her the opportunity to meet new people.
Lindsay has competed in multiple races, including the Boston Marathon, ultra marathons, and even a 1/2 Ironman. It’s with this competitive nature that Lindsay’s clients have a distinct advantage in the market. She is determined to negotiate the best deals, find the perfect homes, and give her clients an unsurpassed customer service experience. Working as part of the Andrew Grashuis Collection helps to ensure that Lindsay always has the tools necessary to deliver this level of service to each and every customer.